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RE: st: Scatter Diagram with trend line
Interesting that U.S. oil production is apparently measured in
BTUs, which when last I heard were British Thermal Units.
BTUs now sound like some particularly repulsive
undergarment for supposedly long dark cold British
winters. I don't think they are now much in use even
in Britain; the units that is, not the undergarments,
on which I am no expert.
Almost the whole world uses metric tonnes for oil production,
does it not?
Robert A Yaffee
> Yes you can. See the graphical command below.
> twoway (scatter oil year) (lfit oil year if s1973 !=0) ///
> (lfit oil year if s1973==0), ///
> title(US Oil Production before and after 1973) ///
> ytitle(Production in Quadrillian BTU) ///
> xline(1973) text(13 1972 "1973", orientation(vertical))
> > > Can you please let me know how to draw a scatter diagram with a
> > trend line on it?
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